February 28, 2011

Oscar Favourites

The Oscars yesterday fell flat, hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway, just didn't have that youthfulness that was expected. Atleast Hathaway gave it her all, although her enthusiasm and little girl charm was a bit too much. I found her yahoos distracting everytime she introduced a presenter. As for Franco, thankfully he's got the looks but the charm was lacking. And the most exciting is the red-carpet therefore lets get to the real reason women love watching the Oscars...fashion.
Natalie Portman in Rodarte
Michelle Williams in Chanel Haute Couture
Cate Blanchett in Givenchy Haute Couture
Sandra Bullock in Vera Wang
Hailee Steinfeld in Marchesa
Mila Kunis in Elie Saab Couture
 Rhea Durham in Naeem Khan

Who were your favourites?
(images via Style.com/GettyImages)


  1. I absolutely looooved Hailee and Cate's dresses. Amazing. Halle Berry also nailed it. I had fun watching the pre-Oscar show:)

  2. I loved Natalie, Helen Mirren, Jennifer Hudson, Hallee and Mila..except for those strange appliques, and strangely enough for me, Celine Dion.

  3. In terms of dresses, I wasn't really blown away by anyone's outfits. I loved Halle Berry's overall look - especially her effortless makeup and the dress colour - but the bottom half of her dress was a bit ridiculous LOL!

    I love Sandra Bullock's make-up and hairstyle as well...she looks amazing and youthful - and not at all frozen (unlike Nicole Kidman!)

  4. I agree - watching Anne and James was just awkward. He was too laid back and she was too giddy and not in the cutesy way. Kinda trying hard. Loved Natalie, Mila, Hailey, Halle, and Jennifer Lawrence!

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  6. Mila's dress is absolutely to-die-for gorgeous. I am loving everything from the lace to shade of violet.

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